With One Charge This Electric Car Moves Over 2500 KM


The biggest drawback of electric cars (EVs) is their limited travel range compared to gasoline vehicles. Technology extends the travel distance through an aerodynamic system, recharging when braking and a more efficient motor is done to close this performance gap. The world record for the longest distance traveled for an EV without solar panels is currently held by the Muc022 which traveled 2,573.79 km.

The Muc022 was developed by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with only a 15.5-kWh battery. The Tesla Model 3 battery of 86 kWh is only able to provide a travel distance of 415 km. Muc022 broke the previous world record of 1,608.54 km on a single charge.

The TUM team took six days to drive almost 2600km which was done in an airplane hangar to reduce wind resistance.

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